The Canadian Medical Association is urging doctors to educate their patients about medical hygiene and the role of their own personal devices when caring for patients.

The AMA’s National Medical Health Advisory Committee will hold its first meeting in Toronto on Oct. 20, according to the group’s website.

It’s the first time the committee has met since the organization became a full-fledged group in 2017.

The committee, which is made up of physicians, nurses, health professionals, and patients, is also reviewing how to increase the number of doctors who wear masks while working in hospitals.

There are now more than 2,200 Canadian hospitals with medical facilities, including 1,300 in Toronto, where a study published in September showed that masks are no longer the norm.

The study was based on data from a database maintained by the Canadian Association of Suicidology.

It found that the number and frequency of masks worn by hospital staff has fallen dramatically in recent years, and that patients who are at high risk for respiratory problems are getting masks.

In 2018, the number fell to 1,200, but it rose again to 2,400 in 2019, according the AMA.

While the association is not advocating for mandatory masks for all patients, it wants to encourage hospitals to equip their staff with appropriate equipment.

Medical hygiene is defined as the act of treating, cleaning, and sanitizing wounds, abscesses, and other serious medical conditions.

It is a part of the professional responsibility of healthcare workers to be aware of the needs of their patients, according AMA Health Services Canada spokesperson Jody Gagnon.

“Medical hygiene can include, but is not limited to, the following items: gloves, masks, sanitary napkins, towels, cloth pads, paper towels, toothbrushes, wipes, and hand sanitizer,” the organization says on its website.

“It is important that you maintain an active and well-ordered lifestyle.

When working with your patients, you should also maintain a good and healthy lifestyle.

It will help to prevent your health from deteriorating and you will be in a better position to prevent future medical conditions.”

In recent years there have been more outbreaks of respiratory illnesses, including influenza and coronavirus, in hospitals in Canada.

The Canadian Public Health Agency (CPHA) reported that in the first three months of 2018, there were more than 10,000 respiratory illnesses in Canadian hospitals.

In 2017, there was just 1,400 respiratory illnesses.

In 2016, the CPHA recorded more than 1,500 cases of respiratory illness in Canada’s public hospitals.

“We can’t wait for the coronaviruses to peak and we can’t expect all of the pandemic-related respiratory illnesses to be curable overnight,” Gagno said.

“But we can expect them to be more common in hospitals and there will be a higher incidence of respiratory infections.”

If you have any questions or comments, you can contact Gagna on Twitter at @gagnon_jody or on the AMA Health website.

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